“It’s the female trend and it’s the sustainability trends that are going to create some of the most interesting investment opportunities in the years to come. The whole thing about the female trend is not about women being better than men. It is actually about women being different from men—bringing different values and different ways to the table. So what do you get? You get better decision-making and you get less herd behavior and both of those things hit your bottom line with very positive results.” Holla Tomasdittor, co-founder of Audur Capital.
“I can’t emphasise enough just how important – and real – diversity is at Bank of America. Everything we do in the company supports one of our core values: inclusive meritocracy. For us, diversity is all about inclusion. It is not just about gender. It’s not just about ethnicity. Here, diversity and inclusion mean respecting and valuing all nationalities, cultures, religions, sexual orientation, economic and social backgrounds and disabilities. By working with our differences, we can develop innovative products for our customers and a unique environment for our associates.” Geri Thomas, global diversity and inclusion executive from the Bank of America Read More »
Valentine’s Day is a bit like Marmite – you either love it or you hate it.
- The top meeting etiquette blunder is multi-tasking whilst in face-to-face meetings.
As discussed in my previous post “What will your working environment look like in 10 years?” the business environment is set to change rapidly in the coming years. Many people have already seen some changes in their workplaces with technology such as WebEx and TelePresence enabling virtual workplaces. There are many financial, business and environmental benefits to these technologies, but one of the side-effects that seem to be appearing is bad business etiquette. Read More »
“Growth in output and median incomes has slowed in rich countries because the pace of innovation has slowed” The Economist
This article sets out the argument that aside from the obvious “revolution” in computer technology and the internet not much has changed in the world’s rich nations in the past 40 years. Read More »